I placed my order sometime around May of 2014, ball park, and took delivery right at the end of Sept. 2014. I did not order the Tech Package, I did get the auto-pilot hardware as a surprise/bonus. (including the CC stalk) Until I did not get TACC with 6.1, I had all of the auto-pilot functionality that everyone, including those with the Tech Package, had in conjunction with auto-pilot sensors. (speed assist, parking sensors, lane departure warning) On Saturday morning I had the update notice on my touchscreen, ran the update and took the car out to try the TACC. I did not have it, after consulting the owners manual I found out that that it was only for those with the Tech Package...major bummer as I thought TACC would really be a key part of the EV experience because it would allow me to safely gain some range on long trips by following larger vehicles. I am wondering what you all think of this? I can see things a few ways, but the key thing to remember is that when I confirmed my order, the auto-pilot hardware was not publicly known. Those who ordered a Model S with Tech Package around the same time as me are getting TACC as an unexpected freebie, why should I not also get the same? A few random thoughts: -Which of the future auto-pilot features will I get, and what features that I have now (speed assist, lane assist, parking sensors and forward collision assist) might be taken away? -Do you feel that TACC should be a standard feature because of the price of the car and/or because it is specifically relevant to EV travel? -Could/should Tesla offer to sell me TACC? I have all the hardware, and did not have an option to buy it or decline it when I bought my car. -I did not order parking sensors (Tech Package was required) but I did get them, for free, as part of the auto-pilot hardware. I feel this situation is unique compared to other Tesla situations where people are frustrated about wanting retrofits, or advanced notice of future upgrades. I am only "asking" for the same treatment that others are getting who ordered at the same time. Additionally, my car did come with cruise control, why would I not get software updates to the cruise control system? Are non-Tech P85D's not getting torque sleep, for example? I have all the hardware to run TACC, I did not choose to buy TACC when I confirmed, same as those who bought the Tech Package. For some reason, they are given the upgrade for free, and I currently don't even have the chance to purchase it. 60kwh's can buy Supercharging after the fact, 40kwhs can have their remaining 20kwh unlocked after the fact, and you can even get dual chargers put in after the fact (and you had the chance to buy them up front). My Model S is probably a rare car in that it is non-Tech Package and was confirmed before auto-pilot existed and was one of the first to be delivered with it. Obviously I would like to have TACC, and I understand Tesla's need to manage features/prices/upgrades and customer expectations. I am really looking for a concrete line of logic or an historical example from Tesla in a situation like this. What is the bottom line, and I "entitled" to TACC or should I just be happy with the auto-pilot functionality I got and be happy? Thanks.